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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 1962
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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October 12, 1962 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING



I THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

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Eugene Cooper Is Farm Bureau Tp I Local Winners In Local 4-H Names Taxes To Be Lower

Meet Gainesville I New OfficersMaxine

An Eagle ScoutEugene GAINESVILLE Members of Annual Chick Trett has been elected In City Pahokee

the Florida Farm Bureau Federa- of the Canal Point Girls
Cooper, son of Mr. and tion's 21-man Board of Directorswill Nancy Harrington, Dicky Club.Miss Every now and them the tax-
Mrs. Earl Cooper, Pahokee, received meet here October 12th for er and Ross Harrington all Ann Sims assistant County payer gets a break in a ,tax reduc-
the Eagle award, the highest their final meeting of the year.E. nal Point, were award Demonstration agent, and tion and this year is the lucky one
given in Scouting at the Court of H. Finlayson, F. F. B. F. the annual Poultry Show, : Gladys Harrington, faculty for Pahokee Taxpayers. The Coun-
Honor held by Boy Scout Troop President from Greenville will sored by the.Sears, Roebuck and club leader attended cil has set the millage at 11 mills
628 of Pahokee Saturday evening preside at the one-day meeting at I dation and held last election and 'organizational and this shows a reduction of one
at Boy Scout Beach. Vance Denton the state headquarters building.' the Mount's Agricultural meeting. mill for the 1962-63 taxes.
district advancement chair- The meeting will begin at 8:30: a. on Military Trail, West I Other officers elected were The city budget will be $277,000for
man made the presentation. :Mrs. m. Beach. Gloria Hall, vice president; San- general operations and $120,000
Cooper Earl's mother, was also Business included for discussion, All three of the Canal dra Jackson secretary; Joan Par- for the Pahokee water works. To-
honored with a miniature pin and by the group, representing every members taking part in 'I ker and Stephanie Gingery, recreational tal budget is $397,000.
sterling silver necklace.The section of the state will be the received prizes. They chairmen; Sibyl Hayes Total non-exempt property valuation -
Girl Scouts led the group in final plans for the F.F.B.F.'s 21st with eight other 4-H I and Ralena Ursry, devotional in the city this year is
the pledge of allegiance and in annual state convention at Tampa, Palm Beach County. chairmen; Peggy Bitting, report- $6,610,366, an increase of $360-
singing "America the Beautiful." November 1114. rington was awarded the I ; and Pamela Ursry song leader. 843 over last year, according tq
Bill Moss Cubmaster of Pack Finlayson recently appointed place blue ribbon and $ i Miss Sims was in charge of City Clerk Patricia Batchelor.The .
623 gave the prayer.A presidents from each county Farm cash; Dicky Strayer the I membership registration and explained city bond debt will be retired .<
program of Indian dances was Bureau in the state to serve on this place red ribbon and $ j 4-H work plans for the this year, using .35 of the to-
presented by members of the Order year's resolutions committee in cash end Ross coming year.Pahokee. tal 11 mills Miss Batchelor said.
't of the Arrow from Okeechobee preparation for the upcoming state fifth place red ribbon and $ The remaining 10.65 millage is
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.i and Belle Glade. meeting. cash. expected to bring in an income of

I W. A. (Pop) Reynolds a veteranin I Each year in April the I PTA HasHalloveen $70,178.85, which will be used for

Scout work, who was present, Foundation presents to general operating expenses.
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was given recognition. Funeral Services Club members, wishing to Other principal sources of income
Mrs. Ethel Johnson chairman of part in the Poultry Show I PlansThe for the city will be cigarettetax

the Pahokee Girl Scout Cypress For Mrs. Weeks 63 Rhode Island pullets to I estimated at $44,000; bonds
Neighborhood Ass'n was' introduced until they are 'and forfeitures, $26,000; occupational -
my master of ceremonies, W. D. months old.,Ten of the best I Girl Scouts of Pahokee I licenses, $15,000; garbage

Howard. She in turn, introducedher Services for Mrs. Venera Ger- of each lot are selected for Troop 30 gave the opening exer- revenue, $24,000; utility tax, $36-
t assistants. trude Weeks 63, of Canal Point, hibits. The judging is based t cises at the meeting of the 000; Florida Power and Light Co,

.-...- The den mothers Pjick.,623 who died at a local hospital Sat- number pf pullets: :raised to I kee Parent-Teacher paho-j franchise payment, 14000.
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were presented to the group -byCubmaster urday, following an extended illness of six 'nflSnCJSTfSAa the Among municipal projects plan-
with the
held, Monday: night president -
Bill Moss. I were held Monday afternoonat lot of 50, the general I ned, for, ext year area sewer
Following the introduction of the Canal Point Baptist Chur- of the ten selected for j 1 J. Wilkinson, Jr., presid- feasibility survey, to cost $750
the new assistant ScoutmasterMike ch with Rev. Robert A. Shelley, the completeness of the II I ing and construction of a small boat
McMichael, by Scoutmaster: pastor of the Canal Point Metho- kept while they are being i I Father Lossing of the Belle ,.dock for the lake front, $1,000.

Thomas Martinez, he presented the dist Church, officiating. Graveside Raleigh Griffith.. i Glade Episcopal Church led the de- I Glades Roofing and Sheet Metal
following awards: Dennis Milliron services were held by the Order of I cultural agent of Palm I i votionals. I (continued on page 8)
(Continued on Page 8) Eastern Star at the Port' Mayaca :County, was in charge of Members approved giving $250to .
.. Cemetery. ments for the show. Lester the Elementary School libraryfor
Pallbearers were her nephews poultry specialist from 8)I air-conditioning as funds be- Edgar Wilder Is
Devils Meet Fort
Otis Tanner, Deerfield Beach; Jesse cultural Extension Service come available. Also approved
and Donald Barnes, South Bay; University of Florida giving $250.00 toward air condi- Pres. Of Pioneer
Pierce TonightPahokee Ray, Thomas and Robert Barnes, I judge and a tioning the high school ,library, if
I Sears Foundation m a d
Lake Worth and Murray Weeks any organization takes on that I I
i Wilder of
awards. Edgar Pahokee cane
Belle Glade. I project.
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elected
Blue Devils will travelto Born in Blackshear, Gr., she had Duane Rhoades was elected parliamentarian vegetable grower was
t of Pioneer Growers in
Fort Pierce tonight where they been a resident of Canal Point Velma Williams I for the year.It president
Belle Glade at the annual meeting
will meet the eleven since 1923, coming from Avon was announced that a new
representingFort held on Tuesday night of this
Pierce Park. She was a member of the policewoman Mrs. Guy Wood has
school
high on the
week. Mr. Wilder succeeds Robert
gridiron in the Devil's fifth gameof Canal Point Baptist Church and Worthy AdvisorMiss I been assigned to assist the child- Apelgren of Pahokee who remainson
Pahokee 184 Order of at the Elementary .
the season. To date they have Chapter ren across the street the board of directors.
Eastern Star.Survivors School.
lost none. Velma Williams Other officers elected at the
include her husband Herman Close of Belle Glade
The local has
had
squad an unusually Woodrow Buss vice
meeting were: ,
good season thus far and J. G. Weeks; four sons, James of stalled as worthy advisor spoke on the special classes being
president; E. A. McCabe, executivevice
.J"" have defeated Clewiston Riviera Pahokee Jacob of Okeechobee kee Assembly, Order of I held in Belle Glade for children president and the following
_' r Beach Naples and Forest Hill., Robert of :Miami and Rev. Trevetteof for Girls, at the who have fallen behind in their
directors: James A. Ball, Jr., Pee-
... .' Hundreds of supporters will go Chipley; six daughters, Mrs. vice held Sunday afternoon class averages. wee Kirch nan, Walter Schlechter,
,along with the Devils to the east Elaine Smith and Mrs. Christina Masonic Hall. Other new I Mrs. Esther Ager was introduced Robert Apelgren and Mrs. H.
coast city for tonight's encounter. Nichols, both of Canal Point; Mrs. are Sharon Watson as the new English teacher for. Chamblee. -
Yvonne Guerry and Mrs Venera ciate advisor; Peggy Turner the eleventh grade. .
McCarty both of Belle Glade; Mrs. ity; Hazel Sheppard, Hope; The room counts were awardedto
Parents May Visit
Myrtice Calhoun of Miami, nad Lee Adams, Faith; \ i Mrs. R. S. Douthit's third grade Cafeteria Staff At
School Lunch Room :Mrs. Juanita Lockmiller of Win- Todd chaplain; Elaine ; and R. G. Whiteside's eighth County MeetingMrs
lock Wash.; three brothers Rob- drill leader; Priscilla King ; grade. :-
"National School Lunch Week", ert, Riley and Ray Barnes all of Penny Pennington nature I President Wilkinson announcedthat Dorothy Stanley, managerof
October 15-19 will be observed at Lake Worth; one sister Mrs. Nat- Maxwell, immortality; he,and Deputy Sheriff Lee the cafeteria at the Pahokee
the Canal Point School cafeteria, tie Donna Tanner of Deerfield Young, patriotism; Elaine I i Wroten will have charge of a ham- schools, and several of her staff,
Mrs. Lola Carter, manager, has Beach and 29 grandchildren. tore service; Wilma burger booth for the PTA at the attended the meeting Saturday
announced. Wetherington Funeral Home ,of fidential observer; Tana Halloween Carnival on October 31. morning of the Palm Beach Coun-
Although parents may visit the Pahokee was in charge of arrange- Lance, outer observer The Carnival opens at 6:30 p. m. ty Food Service Association at the
cafeteria any time during the year, ments. Reeves musician. and all parents and friends are Glades Correctional Institution
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a special invitation is extended to Installing officers were urged to attend and purchase their j here members were taken .on a ,
them next week. Bill Plays Elizabeth Humphries evening, meal there. tour of the canning plant. Following -
Maxspn .. ,
Mrs. Carter has made special visor; Mrs. Jessie Barnes I a business meeting of the Association
plans for the parents of the child- On Winning TeamBill shall; Miss Gale Sears HOME FROM KENTUCKYMr. in the chapel the groupof

ren in the first through the fourth Mrs. Grace Graham, 120, were served lunch in the
grades to visit and have lunch on Maxson, son of :Mr. and Mrs. musician and Miss Amy : and Mrs. Kyle Scott and dining' room.
Tuesday. Parents of pupils from Leonard Maxson of Canal Point, is recorder. Mrs. Wilma Alley are expected to Others attending from Pahokee
the fifth through the eighth atttending- Emory and Henry College -1 Refreshments of punch return Sunday from McAndrews, were Mrs. J. LL Humphrey Sr..
grades are expected on Thursday. and has been shifted from the beautiful rainbow cake Ky., where they were called last I Mrs. Joe Repper, Mrs. C. B. Kelley
The price per lunch for a parentis third grid team to the second team ed by Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Saturday, by the illness of Mrs. Mrs. Leonard Geiger and Mrs.
50 cents the usual adult price. and played nearly all the game this parents of Miss Velma Scott's and Mrs. Alley's mother, Ramsey
-.. William Hen- Word has .
past Saturday. and The regular meeting of :Mrs. Gertrude Hackney.
Mrs. Minter Collins returned ry defeated Washington and Lee hokee Assembly, Order been received here that Mrs. Hack- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Apelgrenhad

Wednesday from Orlando where by a score of 38-33..It was the first bow for Girls, was held ey is recovering satisfactorilyfrom as guam last Saturday, Dr.
she visited her broth r-:1n: -law and defeat for Washington and Lee In night, with the newly surgery performed on Mon and Mrs. Thurston Adams of the

sister.Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith. 23 games. (continued on page day. University of Miami.
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e !Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, October 12, 1962 ;J
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I mushrooms-4tere's no satisfactory !jdroponic II "machine" that he has I exists, he intends to pursue his ;
t 1|I guide available for identification -I 1 obtained. I idea. He agreed, however, that
:,-':' r.ter of edible wild mushrooms in With this equipment, costing I considerable field research wouldbe

- M Florida. I about $15,000, he stated his associate necessary to prove the hardi-
I ness and value of any plants grown
up north can grow a crop of I
JLJZ5I 1 Hydroponics the science of by his "machine" method.
I 6-inch oats producing a daily harvest
I I without soil-has
II. growing crops I[ of about one ton which he as-i Ii I
I I been practiced in Florida on a I I serts is equal to a field crop ob-]I Students Chosen
limited scale commercially for a tained from 100 acres. The hydro-I
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For Civic Clubs
I ,number of years. Tomatoes grown ponic oats can be produced in a I I' I

by this method usually command building with very small floor i| Pahokee High School senior
I fancy prices. However, field production space, from 200 to 300 square feet,; boys selected by the faculty to
di 1 I I of vegetables and fruits bUr' caller said. In Florida he would represent the school as student
far exceeds the small volume pro- expect the building to be aircon-II members of local civic clubs are

The Rardin Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE duced by hydroponic culture.,_ ditioned. The cost per ton, he estimates -: Robert O. (Buddy) Lampl II, Pa-
Ii I was interested, therefore, in a :. .,- is about- 25 to 30 per cent I I hokee Rotary Club; Mike Watkins,
LAKE ,OKEEGHOBEE. REGION HOME OF recent call at my office by a Florida less than for field oats.I 1 I Pahokee Lions Club; and Eugene
west coast businessman seeking was surprised when the caller I I.Stacy, Canal Point Lions Club.
THE 'EVtRtfLADES NEWS information concerning mark- said he is a paint manufacturer,! The student member will Have 11I

eting prospects for water cress, But the possibilities of specialized i the privilege of inviting a guest t
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming: Region Without tobacco plants and pepper plants agricultural production intriguehim I to each club dinner or luncheon
I Interruption Every Week- for More Than 30 Years I which he could produce with a hy- and if the market potential ]I meeting during the year. ii,
Established March 11 1924 Published
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Everglades News Entered at the Post Office-

In Canal Point Florida, as Second. Class Matter
A LITTLE RECREATION
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher

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3 f*;? ..... natural for adding an unusual I WITH YOU IN MIND, IS PROVIDED BY YOUR .
touch to decorative designs. It has
;:Iilpnt,
been made'into rosaries, necklaces,
., :_ fastened on dolls and other such
Everglades Federal
by things for decoration. Children .
le'7ii'HijJ 4oyefarfdo frequently play with the seeds.
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In the introduction to his Extension
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C Jr f' -.N>> Service Bulletin No. 175, All work and no play makes for a tedious life. Therefore, here at the
"Poisonous Plants Around the
Home", Dr. West notes that many Everglades Federal we thought you would like to hear Universityof

Health authorities in Boston plants in and around Florida homesare Florida foot ball this fall and we've made
games arrangementsto
Mass., which prides itself oh being toxic if eaten. He stresses
the "home of the bean and the their potential danger to sponsor them on WSWS. So, be sure and tune in and get the

cod," were greatly concerned re- even the little tots who children'l colovful from the fied.
cently about a brightly colored through the bars of a play pen play by play description right playing It is

bean, pea or seed which they were pull in anything within reach.II just another small part that we like to play in a wonderful community -
told was being grown in Florida. Whenever play is out-
a pen placed that has been so good'to us.
Two Massachusetts children
were doors, its location should be care-
hospitalized after eating the beans fully examined to make sure .no
A phone call from Boston to.this dangerous plant is within reach.I .
Department started us running want to repeat Dr. West's ad-
- down all available' information on monition to parents-teach your I I EVERGLADES FEDERAL
the particular plant from whichit children at the earliest possible .
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is derived. Here's what we ,age Not to put anything in their I ,
found: Savings And Loan Association
mouths except food. And you
It's commonly known by many adults-avoId the habit of' chew- I ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL, SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.

names-rosary bean, crabeye, jec- ing on leaves or twigs of plants 40 S. "'. AVENUE "B" BELLE GLADE PHONE WY6-2067
uirity pea,. black eye Susan; wild when you walk through a garden
liquorice, etc.-but its scientific or in the woods.Incidentally .
name is "abrus precatorlus L". It'sa l beware of wild I I

native of Burma and !has been I I.... \
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widely distributed around ''the..
world in tropical and sub-tropical y;': K;; :rq' :N.C Ji' ,;7)E<
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climates. \

How long it has been in Floridano /

one seems to know, but peopleI
I have talked to tell me they have w-
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more, and its use for decorative .'.>.,.1 .
purposes on souvenirs of many .: :
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varieties has been common in '

south Florida for I .,
many years. : :
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Because they had the-impression :
this plant was being cultivated in
Florida, the Boston authoritieswere i.. 5' {
of the opinion we might be of
assistance in locating such sources .'>.. -
and preventing its production.; In ::,..', i
the light of information we glean v <" -

ed, it appears this would:be an impossible \
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Florida-West>outhwartlu. .a botanist weed Agricultural writes and. .. mycologist from(Dr.Experiment,Erdman Orlando of : I1 4..:..:>' t;.>:{< ___________ -, ,:..



:Station.The bean is a-deadly poison -
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if chewed and swallowed. Its : ;: t I
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toxic substance, "abrin, is-said to.

be similar to' snake ,venom, pgb L J 1_ __ ; I
not as powerful. In India .where A: c}
the bean has been used as a standard t p;
of weight by druggists' and
jewelers, it also has been used for

criminal poisonings.Dr. {
West reports, however,.that;
'the seed coat is very'nirtf' : attt'

impervious to moisture ad that
whole, uncracked seeds may be Waji4gi We44ieo.4ite cW Jan .
swallowed with little or no danger; -> 1
One seed thoroughly chewed and
swallowed, is sufficient to cauad .In the eighteen nineties when the new upright telephone Your telephone will continue to change and improve .

fatal poisoning of an adult human -was first introduced, the well-dressed woman's skirt but Florida Southern Bell's tradition of sound management A

being." ; swept the'ground, and bustles were the rage. ;.community responsibility and dependable service

Naturally, the seed or bean is Telephone fashions have changed, too. Today's homes remain the same. Change and stability are the hall.s '--

poisonous if eaten by farm ani include multi-extension phones, home interphones and marks good business. Your Telephone Company believes ,
mals. It is believed a' couple of
the melodic bell chime. Businesses rely such modem in both. -
ounces of them will kiU'a'horse.. SO, on :. ,'"' .
it's a mighty lethal little item. equipment as the dial switchboard, the speakerphone -

Ovoid in shape, less than 1-4 inch and the call director. Tomorrow will bring the phone i\ ., _. -

Bong, bright scarlet 'in color. 'that turns on the oven while you're out, and the phonethat ,Southern Bait\ ': _

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, Handicapped Are Last Rites Held t r'Methodist CirclesIn Candidates Tell

Seeking Work Monday MeetsThe

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Rotes
TALLAHASSEE Governor For i G.; Simmons four circles of the Woman's

Farris Bryant has Joined With the I Society of Christian Service of the
candidates for the Palm
I Florida Industrial Commission in funeral services for Grant Sim Pahokee Methodist Church will

urging employers to employ cap-'mons, the 24-hour old son of Mr. tY I II hold meetings next Monday, Octo- Beach County School Board, sub-
; the election November
to
ject on
and Mrs. Walter Simmons of Canal I ber 15.
Point who died September 30, 6;. were guest speakers at the
I observance II Members of the Vena Mae luncheon meeting of the Pahokee
were conducted October 2 by Elder ,
,, .ped Week in Florida. Reuben Barfield, pastor of the II I Schroder Circle will meet at 10:00 Rotary Club, last Thursday, with
a. m. at the home of Mrs. Lloyd the. president Dr. E, C. Johnson
With dates for the drive set for First Missionary Baptist Church of Hundley; the Simonson-Lair Circle
13th. Canal Point, at the graveside at presiding.
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Oct. 7 through the Bryant !
at 3:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Thurmond Knight of Lake Park
said that handicapped persons have Port Mayaca Cemetery. I J, V. Thomas, Sr., with Mrs. W. M. retiring School Board member, in-
in addition to the
Surviving
proven time and again they have
-_ ,_ McClenithan, co-hostess. The two troduced the speakers who were
the ability to make good in jobs for parents, are a brother, Thomas,
night circles will have meetingsat
Don Thorp and Ronald Bohle, both
and sister Geraldine. REP. JERRY THOMAS
a
which they are fitted.Florida's
.. S p. m. Mrs. D. W. Cunningham of Delray Beach; Louis Bills, Lake
Funeral Home of
Wetherington
Chief Executive stressed
will hostess for the Miriam II
be Park; Robert Johnson and Jack
I. Pahokee was in charge of arrangements -
workers "are
that handicapped
Circle, and members of the Ger-
Thomas Eases both of West Palm Beach
just as reliable, just as steady, just Rep. Jerry
trude Shirley will meet at the home and Harold Tanner of,Boca: Raton.
J as careful as their able-bodied fellow I I
-41' i of Mrs. Milton Salvatore with Each candidate, spoke for about
workers. It is good businesstp Asks ReelectionState Mrs. J. E. Wilson as co-hostess. I five.minutes.
hire the handicapped," he conchided. ;I CLASSIFIED ADS IN THESE .. .i I
I Visitors were N. T. Taylor and
COLUMNS PAY BIG DIVIDENDS '
I CLASSIFIED ADS PAY
I pro Howard Hill, both of Belle
Representative Jerry BIG DIVIDENDS i I Glade, and John Carr of Pahokee.
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Thomas, who was elected a mem I I
ber of the Florida House of Representatives .
"")I"N,''l\m1lt! ;I( ,!tIT'ifl'1f.rnl., 'tm"'m.! ,fj 7Nft7tTI"l1t7'"ff"{ ""Th:, ,lf/\'It
in 1960, has formally
announced he will be"a candidate to I I t

-. ,' succeed himself in this office -
; : as a.
,.u Democrat in the November
< coming Monday Cattle Sales i
,-: NOLA'SSHOP general election.Representative. I

Thomas w a selected
to the Florida Legislaturein Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market

1960 and has served with such which is owned, and operated by more than 120
distinction since then, that the '
., Florida Cattlemen.
members of the Florida Senate
PAHOKEE
,- and House, by secret ballot, voted I You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here
him the outstanding first-term
/r' I at this Market. We make an effort at all times to give
.. member of the House of Representatives -
for the 1961 Legislative" i an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give usa

Solid Colors I session. This recognition earned trial.

and him the coveted "Allen Morris II I'
I Award" for meritorious public I -x-*: : : : : : }+-}+.r F .!

Two-Tone- I service.The Associated Press reportedthat I SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. I

he was "among solons who I
received votes in the News Report
t\ ers' and Editors' Poll as the 1961 i: Glades Livestock Market

/YYINlf} Florida Legislature's most valu- '
Large Selection Style4/1 .
of. V '' "
able member.
and Materials, in Solid, Two I LW' ASSOCIATION
stated
Thomas
Tone and Fancy Color Com- Representative to
binations to Choose From OF CLEVELAND that "I stand on my record of per- On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

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the respective planks of the plat 1
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Exclusive with NOLA'S On sentation and the highest profes- i I

The Corner in Pahokee... ....\ sional service ,in the Legislature.My .

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thing! Dotty Mann design, in Orion Sayelle public'
this need as reflected by past per-
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formance of efficiently and effectively -
washable. White, black, jockey red, grotto blue getting the job done. M.
ivy green, bone, dark brown or two-toner '
"My record unequivocally, reflects
black with red overknit, brown with bone.,-blue that my actions iri this high _____
with green. Sizes S, M, L. position of public trust.have been c :

fair and level-headed and always I

executed with a profound regard I
for the dignity and rights of each
-- individual citizen. I intend to conduct -

myself and the affairs of this

gree eminent integrity office with and the righteousnessas same de- 'F t :j -.

I have in the past so as to con- 4 .
tinue to emanate credit and honorto

all the citizens of this County, t I.
1 State and Nation", declared yt

1 1 Thomas.For his outstanding work in the I

and service for .
Legislature public _
:
I _
the citizens of Palm Beach Coun- :
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ty, he received the "Good Government t_
3
Award" in 1961. He receivedState
-
recognition this year when!
he was further honored for public I
service to the citizens of Florida by

being chosen as one of "Florida'sFive
Outstanding Young Men" fo:-
.v 1961. He was recently nominated CONCRETE .MASONRV

Vote Nov. 6th for for one of the "Ten Outstanding
Young Men in the United States."
: Rep. Thomas was prominent in Because you'll want the best the most beautiful .
your Congressmanwho his legislative work in outlawingthe the longest lasting construction, materials in your new
fraudulent "Eight Percenters"; home you'll naturally choose concrete masonry con
struction. It provides a home that is fire-safe
economicalto
of
reduction the intangible tax;
has served : establishment of the Florida At- keep up, will out-last almost any other materialandremain

lantic University in Boca Raton; new-looking, too! Build your home today! For ;
quality block precision made on Stearns equipmentsee ,
I
faithfullyfor passage of the Humane SlaughterBill I
you us today. ;
; retention of Lake Okeechobeeby
:
Palm Beach County and insur-
; four terms ance and securities legislation in CONCRETE BLOCK GIVES BUILDINGS A FUTURI

a general.

Thomas's scholastic and
': EXPERIENCED curricular activities won extra-I

orable mention for the
;; DEDICATED Outstanding American College I

ACTION Student Leaders" award.
: A MAN OF He resides with his wife and five
children at 612 Australian Circle,

Lake Park where he serves as an
Elder of the Immanuel Presbyterian -
Vote Democratic Vote to Return Rogers to Congress Church.
-. PAHOKEE, FLA. BELLE GLADE, FLA.

at c tc.gre.c, ; ''' 1 t -- :: CLASSIFIED ADS: PAY PHONE 7185 PHONE WY'65249.T.

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Mrs. H. J. Anderson returned I "The Significance of the WMU I Bible and Mrs. Mary Gore led in
home last night (Thursday) after Emblem" was the topic of the pro- prayer. i f;

I PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I II IIMr. spending several days in Miami to gram presented by Mrs.: W. A. It was announced that the com- I

be near her sister :Mrs. Daphne Keen at the meeting of the Lottie munity project for the month

.J Reynolds, who is in a Miami hos- Moon Circle in the home of Mrs. would be cottage prayer meeting.

pital suffering from injuries she Morgan Mullis. Tuesday afternoon. Following the business session
and :Mrs. S. S. Scruggs of Miss Diane Whiteside and Miss
j receved in a fall from a stepladder. Mrs: Keen was assisted in present- with Mrs. Ralph Crews, circle
Runyon had as Sunday guests Sue Miller students at Charron-
Mrs. concrete and
fell
Reynolds on ing the program by the circle chairman presiding refreshmentswere
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. I> Williams Commercial College in broke her leg, wrist and heel. chairman, Mrs Marvin Crady.It served by the hostesses to 11
and Mrs. J. E. Clark Jr. and fam- Miami are expected here this --S .---- '
I was announced that the No- members and one visitor, Mrs.
ily of Miami and Mr. Clark's father weekend by their parents Mr. and
vember will be held the
Circles meeting at Ruby Guthrie.
Baptist
;J. E. Clark, Sr. of New York I Mrs. R. G. Whiteside and Mr.. and home of Mrs. Crady. Refreshmentswere .. .
City, who is chief engineer for the Mrs. Dick Miller. October MeetingsThe
I served to 11 members duringthe
Prudential Steamship Company Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Dunckelman social hour. Bake Sales Halt

there. had as their guest, Tuesday night, four circles of the Woman's Mrs. R. S. Douthit presented the Until Halloween
:Mr. and Mrs.: Glenn Powell en- Dr. Luther L. Farrar who is associated Missionary Union of the Pahokee "Laborers withGod"

tertained with a steak dinner; at with Olin-Mathieson Chem- First Baptist Church held their program Together Canal Point parents, who have
at the Grace
meeting of the
(their home, Wednesday evening ical Company in Athens Ga. October meetings at the homes of I been conducting bake sales each
for the personnel and their wives Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard members Tuesday.The I Jernigan Circle held at the new Saturday in front of Echols Grocery -
.
home of Mrs. Mary Hammond.She
of the Glades Equipment Com- and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johnson
have halted them until after
at the
Betty Mills Circle met
was assisted by Mrs. W. M.
pany. Approximately 20 guests were dinner guests of :Mr. and Halloween. .
home of Mrs. J. W. Brown on East DuBose, Mrs. Wiley Tillis Mrs.
were present.Mrs. Mrs. J. L. Humphrey Sr., Monday
Main Street, with Mrs. W. K. Ald- --
Hammond, Mrs. E. B. Gamble,
J. V. Chastain was able to
from St.Mary's evening. returned ridge immediate past chairman, Mrs. M. J. Sapp and Mrs. Frank H I 1 I I 1 II H ..H"H': '*H"H"H"H
return home Tuesday Mrs. Laurie Justice !
I presiding in the absence of Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. E. B. Gamble, cir-
Hospital in West.. Palm Monday after spending a long
I Claude Shirley Sr., the new chair- 'cle chairman the Ballroom Dancing !
presided during
Beach where she had been. a pa- weekend with relatives in Bonifay I
I .
tient for a week. : and Chipley. She also attended the man.A business session. It was announcedthat I Classes will resume
of West I reunionat program on "Communism"was the November meeting will be
Mrs. Theresa Conway annual Williams' family MONDAY OCT. 15th 8 P. M.,
Mrs. C. S. Davis held home of Mrs. Frank i
Palm Beach, who has recently Graceville.Mrs. presented by at the at'theGLADES
moved to Florida from Montana Dorothy Kilpatrick returned assisted by Mrs. J. H, Wilkinson Thompson. I CLUB

is the house guest this week of her to her home at Christmas Jr., Mrs. Julian Branch Mrs. J. W. During the social hour, the eleven!
father Albert Fremd in Canal Friday after visiting .relatives Brown and Mrs. C. R. Wetherington. members attending presented the This will be a ten week course so
try to come in for the first class.
Point. I here. She was accompanied home hostess with a gift for her new
If interested call the Club
Mrs. H. L. Pitts, her daughter by her mother, Mrs. Pearl Agner It was announced that the mis- home. or
924-7719.
Sherell, and Johnnie Raineri left I who will be herihousevguest for sion project for the month will be Members of the Faye Taylor

Sunday for a ten-day visit with I two weeks. I c '. cottage prayer meetings for the Circle met at the home of Mrs. See You Monday?

:Mrs. Pitt's brother, Roy Aldridge, I Mr. and..Mr s. Claud Morgan of revival which is planned for No- Ralph Crews with Mrs. Edwin

in Cullman, Alabama. Ft. Lauderdale and her mother vember. Todd as cohostess.Mrs. .
Mrs. W. S. Cross returned to her I Mrs. Susie Blair of Paris Texas, Refreshments were served to 11 Annette McCurdy presented BETTY WILSON

home Saturday after a visit in visited friends here on Monday members by the hostess. a program on the origin of the .
t t : : : : It : : t : : : I I I : t t I I I .
Melbourne with Mr. and Mrs.: I
!!! -
Doyle Branyon. Mrs. Cross was ac-

companied home by Mr. and :Mrs.
J Branyon and they returned to ( 1tffflr"," "" v'w'
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their home Saturday night. ..... .
:Mrs. Adeline Wroten was able 1

to return to her home, Monday _
A0
after spending several days in _
Everglades Memorial Hospital be- :./ .:::..' '.:' ..... $

cause of an attack of asthma.Pfc. .

Richard Weeks was called
from Fort Bliss Texas where he >,- S TA0j:

has been stationed to Canal Point L
last weekend, because of the
death of his grandmother, Mrs. :

Venera Weeks.

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Food PreparationIs

Club TopicThe
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preparation of arroz con .D.

polio (chicken with rice) in Span- '; IIif';;

ish style was demonstrated by ............... '..

Mrs, Ralph Duran, originally from

Cuba at the luncheon meeting of
; '
the Canal Point-Pahokee Home S > :

Demonstration Club held, October

4, at the Canal Point Community

Building. Additional dishes were

furnished by other members to

complete the Spanish meal. Fol-

lowing the luncheon Mrs. Duran '
distributed her recipe for chicken x iN lnkj
I
and rice and told members how

several other typical Cuban dishesare

prepared.

During the business session,

presided over by Mrs. Elmer Max-

son, vice-president, it was an-
nounced that there will be a fair

planning meeting October 11, from

10 a. m. to 12 noon, at the Mounts
Building in 'West Palm Beach.

Members interested in preparing a

club exhibit for the South Florida

Fair were urged to attend this ; : : f. .

.meetl 1g. ;
I l Miss:::A.nn"Sitris, assistant HD "j 4 n/--: I z i

:agent of West Palm Beach, gave ,,

a. ta.J.ic.on. food economy. She exhibited -
charts showing how to determine -
'
the,cost per pound or pint
'of various size packages found on

;grocery shelves. Standard makes your car Winter-Sure with
how
-Miss: Sims also explained

'programs were planned for the

coming year. The various phasesof
Home Demonstration work were CERTIFIED CAR-CHECK

explained and members were di-

vided into small groups to discuss 1

what type of programs the local
club would like to have for 1963-
64. The three types chosn were To keep you car-safe and carefree. To keep your mind on the road, not on your car.

clothing and textiles; householdand That's the purpose of Standard's famous Fall; Certified Car-Check. "
furnishings and food and nu-
trition. Miss Sims stated hat the We check your cooling system. Your battery, plugs, radiator, tires, oil cleaner air filter,
brake fluid. We change the oil tame every squeak with KYSOlubrication. We cover t -aR
desires of the club memvers are
your car from headlights to tailpipe! '
considered by the Nation Exten-
sion Service when programs are It's a system so complete that when we're through we give your car a "diploma."
'planned.The A written record of all points we've checked and serviced. It means you're boss in any 1S
weather.
program next month will be s i r K

,,a.Christmas idea exchan Each .- ...Drive in today at your Standard station. Do. as Dixie's car-wise millions do. Go safe. ;. -, f,

member will bring materials to *go Standard! m .. v .
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demonstrate an idea. M. I. KEEN Agent "
::;, <-o; < : .. :: .; .
Mrs. Dick Miller t.J-
Guests were ,
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: :PHONE 924-2351 ;
:Mrs. J. L. McOall and Mrs. Mina STANDARD COMPANY C K R iu'CKV). .i
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Bridal Shower National School O'Steens VisitingIn Miss Alyce Joyce Spencer and Miss Margaret Daniel of Lakeland -

I Bill Whitcomb of Orlando, were '' was the recent guest of Mr.
For Shirley CulbersonThe JacksonvilleRev.
the weekend guests of her parents, 'I' and Mrs. R. D, Apelgren and
Lunch Week Oct 15
Jack family.
home of Mrs. J. L. Hum- and Mrs. T. C. O'Steen left Mr. and Mrs. Spencer.

phrey. Sr., 530 East First Street Monday for Jacksonville, where .
Pahokee was the scene Thursday "National School Lunch Week" Mrs. O'Steen is visiting with her
evening of a ,bridal shower honoring wli be observed next week, Oct. daughter-in-law, Mrs. Larry *i-4.d..t I 1-: I I I I I : I : I T-V-: : : : : : :-+.:.--HT'T I : I : : : : 1 I I I

Miss Shirley Culberson, bride- t. 15-19, as proclaimed by President O'Steen, this week. Rev. O'Steen + '.

I{ elect of James Lowe. Kennedy and Governor Farris Bry- and his son, Rev. Larry O'Steenare YOUR ..f
with Mrs. called session of : -
, Hostesses Humphrey ant. attending :
I: were Mrs. E. F. Mdlwain, Mrs. Plans are being made locally, as the Conference of Methodist Churches -

Carlos Sloan, Mrs. Sheppard Pitts, they are throughout Florida and at the Youth Camp at Lees- H CHRISTMAS I IPERSONALITY"
Mrs. W. K. Aldridge, Mrs. Ora Palm Beach County, by Mrs. Dorothy burg being held October 8-12. Rev.T. .I ,

Powell, Mrs. George E. Powner Stanley, manager of the Pa- C. O'Steen will also attend a I

Mrs. Marvin Crady, Mrs. Mary hokee Schcool Cafeteria, to observe meeting on Friday of the Historical I .
H
Hammond, Mrs. Bill Moss, Mrs this decree in a special way.A Society of the Florida Conference :
George Lance and Mrs. Frank cordial invitation is being ex- serving as a' board member.

r Thompson.In tended to parents to come eat -.

the receiving line with the lunch with their children, next I Annual Meeting H SHOWSeverytime .L

honoree were her mother, Mrs. A. week although they are welcometo ,
E. Culberson and Mrs. Humphrey. visit anytime during the school I Farm Bureau Oct. 16
r Miss Culberson and her mother : year. Menus are posted for the someone looks at the Christmas

wore orchid corsages presented to week in the classrooms and in the The Everglades Farm Bureau card you send. The design, the message, the'

them by the hostesses. school cafeteria. The price for aparent's I will hold their annual'meeting and personal note you jotted on the back-as all :

The refreshment table was laid lunch will be 35 cents, the barbecue on Tuesday, October 16, these things are noted and enjoyed, your card
with a lace cloth and centered witha regular adult price. stops being 'just paper and ink-it becomes
at the Center in Canal
Community
punch bowl of cut glass, encir- The menu for one of the lunches 1 YOU! And one way to be sure your Christmas
cled with LaFrance hibiscus and next week, which is a favorite of Point beginning at 7:00 p. m. personality is expressed in the best of taste is
Mrs. Carlos Sloan served the The board of directors would
fern. liKe
the students is: Joes
Sloppy on to send quality Hallmark Christmas cards
punch and Mrs. Sheppard Pitts. to extend a personal invitation to
buttered buns, Potato salad on imprinted with name. Visit us soon andselect .
had charge of the guest book. all members and their families to your
lettuces cup, Beet greens, Stuffed Hallmark Christmas cards.
The bride-to-be received many celery, Vit "C" enriched cherry, attend this annual meeting. Farm your
lovely gifts, including the place I I Fruit Jello and % pint milk. Bureau will furnish the barbecue I Ii
setting of silver to her and each is asked STUDIO &
presented Each lunch provides at least a,: family to bringa AVERILL'S
by the hostesses. I I third of the required daily nutri-I covered dish. The annual business -

-.... ents for a student and the prices, meeting will be conducted. fol- i CAMERA STORE
lowing the meal. 1
this are exceptionally low.,
ENTERTAIN CHOIR year .
241 Avenue A Belle Glade Fla.
,
Mrs. R. O. Shackford and Mrs. A lunch costs only 25 cents in the

M* L. Wright entertained members, first and second grades; 30 cents her Mrs.home Inez in Sheppard Roanoke,returned Alabama to, Special showing of our Christmas cards the nights'
of the Vesper Youth Choir of the: from the third through the sixth I
Saturday after several weeks visit of October 17 and 18 from 7 until 9 p. m. tot
Pahokee Methodist Church in the grades, and 35 cents from the
with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Shep-
social hall of the church followingthe seventh through high school. Extra -
worship service Sunday night.I half pints of milk cost only two pard of Canal Point. .: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : I : : I : I : : : 1 : T

... cents.
1. To teach children to recognizeand ,
) I I "
AT FOOD 1UEETING
enjoy a well-balanced, nutri-
Mrs. Lola Carter, manager of tious meal.

the Canal Point School cafetreia, 2. To provide for children nutri- 1 STATEMENT OF CONDITION |
J and Mrs. Pauline Amerson, of her I. tious food, prepared under sani-
i it staff, attended the Palm Beach conditions.
tary
)t County Food Service Association 3. To provide opportunity for Farmers Production Credit Association
meeting held at the Glades Correc- children
') to learn to eat a varietyof
, tional Institution, last Saturday.'
! ... wholesome foods.-. Miami, Belle Glade and Vero Beach, Florida |

, 6HIRLEYS VISIT I At close of Business. September 30 1962

I Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Shirley spent I Two New Members I RESOURCES I

Monday night in Fort Meade with Received !By ClubMrs.

their son, Bob Shirley. They also I Loans and Interest-...__..__-.__.____.__.._____.__$8,492,861.31Less ,
visited briefly with their daught- T. C. O'Steen and Mrs.

er-in-law, Mrs. Bob Shirley, and ;H., Hendrix were received as H.I .: Reserve'_ __ ... __u__.____________________._____. 158,956.08. $8,333,905.23 ,

new granddaughter, Lisa Jan, at members of*the Pahokee Land and Buildings __________..________:.____._ ''r.51,302,32; :
Lakeland General Hospital.Classified Club at the luncheon held I
meeting I Equipment ____________________________-._______.__.. 11,576.91
Wednesday with the new presi-

A- : dent, Mrs. C. M. Todd, presiding. Cash in Banks .?.___._.____-.___.___._____.._.:._... ,. 115,380.48
I The club voted to invite one of, "
AdsFOR Stock: Federal Intermediate Credit.Bank 136,965.00
I the senior girls at Pahokee High
I "
School, who will be selected by the Automobiles 3,954.65 I
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SALE: New and used Willys faculty, to join as a student mem- Soil and Water Loans, F. H. A. ___.___.__ .*:.'. '. 15,239.98 I

l In Jeeps.Belle Glade Walter Phone Ashley's 3058.Garage I ber.Mrs.. Frank. Friend was elected i U. S. Government Bonds .................... 758,551.84 I
the new treasurer and Mrs. Wiley I ITillis 1
Oct. 17-54-ch.
Other Assets . 53,916.86
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was elected as auditor for I

WE HAVE HEARD of folks who I the coming year during the busi i .. $9,480,793.27 I

have rooms for rent and rooming ness session.
houses for rent. A small ad right The president gave a report on I LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

here might turn the trick. Why not the Governor's Conference on the Notes Payable: Federal Intermediate Credit Bank... $7,525,872.37
try it? It is a small cost-$1.00 a "cold war" which she attended at I

week. Miami Beach, July 18. She an- Miscellaneous Accounts Payable :_____-.__.________._-.-.____. 9,846.61

(} FOR SALE: Cold drink box with of nounced District that 10,the Florida annual Federation meeting I Capital Stock ..____._..___.______..__..__...__-.-..$1,244,055.00 :

money changer. Good as new. of Women's Clubs, will be held Surplus .____-._..-...___.__.....-.:..____..______..-. 701,019.29 1,945,074.29
See it at C eve's Service Station November 7 at the Boynton Beach

i and Variety Store in Pahokee. Cost Woman's Club.It $9,480,793.27,

t $335. take it for $150. S14ch was announced that the next
A CREDIT COOPERATIVE COMPLETELY OWNED AND
will be Indian affairs
GOIN' FE3HIN? Stop by Cleve's program on OPERATED BY FARMER AND NCHER MEMBERS
!: and the speaker will be Billy : ,
.
Service Station and Variety -: W -
Store for your bait. We'have large_ Osceola. Counties Served: Broward, Collier, Dade, Indian River, Martin., Monroe.,
I Hostesses in charge of the covered -
shiners, Missouri minnows, local I. dish luncheon were Mrs..Lewis Okeechobee, Palm'Beach and.St. Lucie '. ... .
\ minnows and worms. Cleve's Ser-
,.
Friend, Mrs. E., B. Gamble :Mrs. '
vice Station and Variety. Store in OFFICERS
Glenn Powell and Mrs. Wiley
S14-ch
I Pahokee. Tillis. G. E. Butler, Jr. George H. Wedgworth CKas. B. Long, Jr

FOR RENT. A furnished 2BR President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer i
1 CBS house on St. Lucie Canal at
BIRTHSMr. 1
Port Mayaca. Phone 9245584.Oct. DIRECTORSG.

5 tf E. Butler Jr. George H. Wedgworth Walter Peterson 1
and Mrs. J. R. (Bob) Shirley ,
Luzier Cosmetics. Needs Con- (June Peacock) of Fort Meade, Harry B. Matthews C. R. Sexton
sultant trainees. Will train. announce the birth of a 6 lb., 1 oz.

Commission plus bonus. Call Mrs. daughter, Lisa Jan, born in Lake- REPRESENTATIVESGilbert
Morgan at Pahokee 9243463.Oct. land General Hospital on October
L. Lanham Billy W. Ingram Chas. B. Long, Jr.
5-3tp. 6. The Shirleys also have a son,
Belle Glade, Florida Miami Florida Miami, Florida
Bobbie who is three years old.
FOR SALE: Waterfront Home Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Shirley of Pa- Ruth Prange Muriel Perry Janice Coyle Gladys BullingerMiami

CBS 2 bedroom, terrazzo floors, hokee are the paternal grandparents. Florida Vero Beach. Fla. Miami Florida Miami Florida
electric kitchen, doorsto
sliding glass
I Yvonne Simpson Alice WilkersonBelle
a screened patio, large utility .
I Glade Vero Beach
lake Fla. Fla.
room. Boat dock and outlet to
VISIT IN GEORGIAMr.
On Highway 441-15 miles north
and Mrs. Ross Spear spent
:
E of Canal Point. Owner sacrificing
the weekend in Tif ton, Georgia,
priced for quick sale. See or call
Dan Carpenter realtor at Paho- visiting their son-in-law and CURRENT LOANS
Mr. and }.! I 51 % I
rs.
daughter, Raymond
kee, 924-7156 or 9247235.Oct. 12-2tc Harris. They were cacompanied to ARE BEING MADE AT

Tifton'by his sister, Mrs. Sarah

FOR RENT Small Furnished Hobby, who had been visiting her
House. Call Mrs. Evie Keen at daughter, Mrs. Jane Haggins in
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Page.Ste Tag Everglade :1Yewg,..C.nl P-QUft, Florida Friday October 12, 1962 ,.

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v. q '. If-, ,< '. ." will include Paul's words to the i Bride-Elect Is ;

Romans:' "For I am persuaded,
Honored At Shower I
,that neither_ death nor life, nor, ;
News Of The I
Churches .1
angels., nor principalities, nor pow- The home of Miss Pam Boe, ',I

ers, not things present, nor thingsto 2012 East Main Street was the
.. come, nor height, nor depth, norany J
-- -
"- wwwwvwuJww other creature, shall be able scene last Thursday evening of a

to'separate us from the love of I calling shower honoring Miss
The ,Methodist Church First Methodist The Church Of God I
God, which is in Christ Jesus our Amanda Gretchen Pith, bride-

Canal Point, Florida Church, Pahokee Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Lord." lect_ of Paul Charles Kohr.
Point Road This correlative citation will be I Hostesses with Miss Boe were

Robert A. Shelley, Pastor Rev. T. C. O'Steen among those read from "Scienceand the Misses Dottie Lair, Verlon
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor Health with Key to the Scrip- Jones, Wilma Cooper, Jan Plumer

10:00 a. m.-church School 9:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School tures" by Mary Baker Eddy (p.I and Lodella Slaughter; Mrs. Evie ;i
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service 303): "When the evidence before Roberts and Mrs. Leona Raineri. AIn
6:30 p. .-Youth Fellowship 6:45 p. .-MYF 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service the material senses yielded to the receiving line with Miss ,1
7:30 p. .-Evening Worship 7:45 p. m. Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday VJB. spiritual sense, the apostle declared Boe were the honoree, her mother,
MONDAY: TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday W.MJB. that nothing could alienate him Mrs. Earl Pitts, and Mrs. Fannie

3:15 p. .-Youth Choir practice 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- Everyone welcome. Special music from God, from the sweet sense Kohr, mother of the bridegroomelect. i i
TUESDAY: ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. and presence of Life and Truth." Miss Pitts, Mrs. Pitts and
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, 8:00 p. .-Woman's Society : Mrs. Kohr, all wore carnation cor-
1st Tuesday2nd 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions Christian Science ATTEND FUNERAL sages presented to them by the i
MONDAY: 8:30 p. .-Senior Choir prac- hostesses. ,'
Of Canal PointMan's
7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting tice Group Claude Shirley, Sr., Mr. and Mrs.C. The refreshment table was laid
, WEDNESDAY: ... 1 L. Shirley, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. with a lace cloth and centered.withan ..
dominion over everything
7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting Bill Shirley of Indiantown, attended arrangement of white gladioli,
The Church
Pahokee I that would alienate him from God,
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.
the funeral services for Mr:;. pompons and sweetheart roses. A
Of The NazareneRev. I good, will be emphasized Sundayat I W. J. Burks, Sr. 89, which were bouquet of sweetheart roses also

First Baptist Christian Science services. I held Thursday in Griffin, Ga. Mrs. graced the bride's book table.

ChurchPahokee Max D. Jones, Pastor ( Paul's healing ministry will be I Burks was the mother of Mrs. Many lovely presents were received -

433 Bacom.Point Rd. feautred in the Bible readings. Claude Shirley, Sr., who had beenin by the bride-to-be, including
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SUNDAY Phone 9247528.P.. O. Box 882 The Lesson-Sermon entitled "Are Griffin at her bedside since the an electric iron, a gift from the
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: 9:45-Sunday School. SUNDAY SERVICES: Sin, Disease, and ,Death Real?" first week of September. I hostesses.
9:45 a. _m.-Sunday School
I 11:00-Morning Worship JI
J .6:15-Training Union 11:00 a. -Sunday Worship
6:30 > Juniors I I tftf TVfiTVRTX
p m.
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7:30
-Evening Worship -
'. WEDNESDAY 7:00 p. m.-':Sunday Evening I
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Evangelistic Service
; 7:30-Prayer.. -Service. WEDNESDAY: ..

7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer I Ii
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'. Taxes To Be Lower in delinquent sidewalk assessments Rainbow Miss Hilton was given a ial prayer was given by "Pop" Mrs. Juanita Lockmiller and
in Sidewalk' Project 1. The four money tree by the Pahokee Assem Reynolds. children of WSnlock, Wash. are
f: (continued from page 1) I' property owners involved will be bly. Miss Velma Williams, worthy Scoutmaster Martinez wishes to visiting her father, J. G. Weeks in
- Works of Belle Glade will re-cover given 30 days warning. advisor, made the presentation.Mrs. thank the City of Pahokee and all Canal Point after being called
the City Hall roof for $1,599.. I I Hirred Mrs. Guy Wood to succeed : Mary DeGraw, grand depu- others who made this Court of home, last weekend, by the death
Stanley Chevrolet Inc low bid of R. W. Singletary as school ty, from Belle Glade was a special Honor possible. of her mother, Mrs. Venera Weeks. ,:
less I ,traffic officer Singletary has re-: guest. :Mrs. Marie Hughes, mother -
$1,796 for a new police trade-in car.was accepted signed from the Police Dept. advisor, was in charge of the I I .-. . .' .. ._...,_'L.-'L.-'L--''L...._____......"......--L..JL. ." . ". . ... 1

The city clerk was asked to re- Councilman Carmen Salvatore's three meetings. I
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advertise for six-year maintenance motion that all city insurance be THEATRESPRINCE 11
. bids for the city's elevated water I awarded on a bid basis died for Eugene Cooper Is-
storage tanks after the council rejected lack of a second.
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all previous bids. (Continued From Page 1)
In other action, the council:. Vlema Williams Is- 4 was advanced to first class, and Pahokee Pahokee-BeUe Glade Road II
Referred to the City Planning received two merit badges; Rod- -
Board a request from George C.I (Continued From Page 1) ney Pennington and Bill Moss, Jr. 2 BIO FEATURES i,
Culpepper that a lot across the worthy advisor, Miss Velma Williams advanced to second class; Roy Car-I SUNDAY MONDAY -TUESDAYSUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAY
street from Grassy Water Motel, and other new officers pre- raway received a merit badge; OCTOBER 14-15-16 .
E. Main Street, be rezoned from siding. Plans for the covered dish I Glenn Stewart received a senior
residential so that the motel can dinner werecompleted.. patrol leader's badge, and Alvin OCTOBER 14-15-16 One Two Three"JAMES I
build a motel and efficiency apart- Miss Sharon Hilton of Orlando, Miller 'received a tenderfoot badge. "HELL IS FORHEROES" ,
ment annex there.Authori.ed Grand Worthy Advisor of the During the vesper ceremony, Al- CAGNEY AND l
five 2,500 lumen State of Florida, was honored witha vin Miller, Allen Ogle and eight HORST BUCiniOLZA1SO
street lights for 14th Street in covered dish dinner, Wednesday Webelos were initiated into Troop STEVE MCQUEEN BOBBY
Palms Manor subdivision.The 628. -
Royal evening, by the Pahokee Assembly -
DARIN, FESS PARKER
city will pay $120 a year rent Order of Rainbow for Girls. Skits were presented by the
for the lights.Authorized Following an impressive program Cubs of Pack 623 and the Scouts AND NICK ADAMS "GUN STREET"HMHMHI

foreclosure of $343.84 I presented' by members of the I of Troop 628. The closing ceresion- .i.,|..;..;..|..}.+-MI-'II-*-I- I *! -I- I -t- -I I *< tl I I I I i I I I I



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